Mr. Speaker, as we begin this new session, let us take a look at the parties in the House of Commons.
The Reformers are squabbling among themselves; the Conservatives are trying to find themselves; the New Democrats are slowly disintegrating. As for the Bloquistes, they have yet to find a reason to exist except, perhaps, their pensions, unlike the Liberal government, which knows exactly where it is headed.
The Liberals are governing according to the priorities of Canadians, so as to provide them with a better economic, social and political future.
Congratulations to the Liberal government.